NewsClip


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NewsClip

A very high level language designed for writing netnews filters. It translates into C. It includes support for various newsreaders. Version 1.01 includes a translator from NewsClip to C, examples and documentation.

NewsClip was written by Looking Glass Software Ltd. and is distributed and used by ClariNet Communications Corporation It is only supported for ClariNet customers. Output of the filters may not be sold and donation for use of this program is hinted at.

E-mail: <newsclip@clarinet.com>.
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In live theatre performance the visual and aural elements represented on television screens and projection surfaces convert mediatized performances--such as Illumination's projected newsclips, prerecorded scenes or live off-stage action--into raw material "ordered" into a mise-en-scene by the production team, and further reordered into narrative patterns by the audience to constitute a postmodern "performance text" and the play's dramatic action.
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Because the service is delivered daily as a whole but is updated continually throughout the day, ClariNet offers NewsClip, a programming language for writing filters that allow subscribers to monitor the news by selectively retrieving material using keywords that match users' predefined profiles.
Jack Ludbrook forwarded a newsclip concerning the Year 12 biology class at Nuriootpa High School in South Australia.
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The Club also recognizes and thanks the event's Silver Sponsors: New England Newsclip Agency, Video Monitoring Service, NAPS, PlusMedia and TBA Promotions.
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Watching the newsclips on television tonight reminds me of another situation that looks eerily similar when viewed through the grainy lenses of amateur videos.
For submitting the "Olympics" and "grits" newsclips, thanks to Iris Bell, New York City.
Setting things up via mock-dated, black-and-white animated newsclips, pic shows the use of chimps in space (lots of "Space Chimps" around recently) and the progress of the MercuryApollo programs that led to the planned moonwalk in the summer of '69.